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Monday, June 15, 2015

WATCH: Cavs Fans Embarrass Themselves by Answering Prank Questions on National TV

Posted By on Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 11:06 AM

There are true Cavs fans out there: season ticket holders, people that bleed Wine and Gold and follow the team like it’s their religion. And then there are these people.

In case you missed it, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” recently produced a segment called “Lie Action News: Cleveland Edition” where a fake reporter asked Cavs fans questions about fake players, fake strategies, and fake NBA news. These fans went All In with their responses, which are hilariously bad. Watch below:

But don't hang your head, Warriors fans didn't fare much better. Watch their answers below: 

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